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THE AUGHJS, SATURDAY. SEPTEMBBB 1G, 1899.
The New Firm .
SUMMERS & W(XDIN are now settled ani ready for busi
ness. They wish their many friends to know they are car
rying as large a line of stoves and ranges as can be fcund
in the three cities. Their stock is new and np to-date. High
grade. Trices right. Give as a call.
SUMMERS & WOODIN,
322 Twentieth street.
To come home with some of
our fine BON BONS, CHOC
OLATES, CARAMELS OR
TAFFIES, the children al
ways do. Don't disappoint the
little ones. There i3 no re
ward for good behavior that
will have such good results
as the promise of some of
When papa comes home,"
try it! We have lovely boxes
for grown jeople as well.
We have jnst received a fresh
lot of the only original AIj
CREAMS, put up in neat one
half, one and two pound
KRELL & MATH,
For Sweets of Life.
Phone 1166. 1716-1718 Second Aye.
Who didn't know whether
he conld play the violin or
not. because he had never
tried? That man was de
lightful. He kept uis soul
alive. He was not a man
who would tell you he didn't
care for a good cigar when
he had never tried one. One
single trial will convince
you that in no other store
in the city is kept so large
an assortment of the fra
grant Havanas as at the
Look for the big gold sign
over the door.
THOSE PRETTY LITTLE
Are JUST THE THINQ.
We make tbem i-Wlnf you
IwelTt different positions ta
the dozen. Better ones wit
eight, six. tour, three sod two
different positions In the doe
en. An regularily mounted
In the latest finish, at
C. E. SMITH,
Opposite Harper House, Beoond At.
.1 . I'll .
i u I If
NOTHING BUT FACTS.
Deception Used in Talking
About Morrow's Kid
neOids. The A r foments la Their Favor Come From
People Who Have Tested Their
There is no deception in anything
we publish about Morrow's Kid-ne
oids. All our statements are facts,
and are from people right here in
Rock Island. People in all walks of
life are using and recommending Kid-
ne-oids because thev cure backache
nervousness, sleeplessness and general
debility in cases where other remedies
Mrs. Brown, 2211 Fourth avenue
this citv, says: ! have been suffer
in;; for the past 12 vears, and have
tried every remedy and preparation I
ever heard of to stop my suffering,
but was never successful. Kidney
complaint is a difficult malady to
master, as everyone suffering from it
will tell you; most of them have con
stant pain, sometimes very severe.
and sometimes almost free from it, but
it never leaves one entirely. I had se
vere catches or a stitch in the back;
these stitches render one almost help
less for the time being. I procured
some Kid-ae-oids at M. F. Bahnsen's
diMig store, and they helped me within
a week, even at my age and the years
bare bad it."
Mrs. Brown's daughter says:
Nothing mother ever took gave her
such quick and permanent relief, and
we are glad to recommend Kid-ne-oids
Kid-ne-oids are put up in wooden
boxes which contain enough for about
two weeks' treatment and sell at 50
cents a box at M. r. Balinsen s drug
A descriptive booklet mailed upon
request bv John Morrow & Co.,
Chemists, Springfield, Ohio.
Is not guess work nor can all
shaped feet be fitted with the
same width shoe. For this
reason we carry the following
sizes in ladies' and gents'
shoes in different shaped
Gent's Sixes In
5 C to KK.
S-2 C to KK.
A A to KK.
7 A A ft KK.
7 - A A to KB.
n AA ID KK.
H-a A A t KK.
'. A A to KK.
V - A to KK.
10 2 A A to KK.
11 A A to KK.
II--; K and KK
12 K to and KK.
Ladles Sixes In
AAA to 8.
A A 3 to N.
A S-2 to 8.
K 2-2 to K.
". 2 o 8-2.
1 2-2 to S-2.
K a 2 to 10
K 2-2 to 10.
FF 2-1 to v.
FF 2-2 to y.
When new things a-e
out we m e vlways sure
to Dave tbem.
30? Twentieth Street.
Open Wednesday and Satur
fl. I. & P. By.
Tickets Good Thirty Days
M. A. PATTERSON.
Gen'l Pass. Agent,
Sock IInd, UL
HUSTLES FOR PUBLIC
Hard Work and Unselfish Enter
prise of Frank G.
HIS PAETIU EECEJT TJNDEETAEUfGS
Responsible In Large Measure for Artis
tic Success of Conventions Held In Rock
Island in Past Several Tears Always
Willing; to Contribute Ills Share In Any
Capacity Bis Career Here.
Most of the credit for the artisti
success of recent public undertaking
in Rock Island is due to Frank G
loujig. lnere are lew men in any
community who allow their private
interests to go and take off their
coats and hustle day and night to
Sw push an enter
T"'' - prise that bring
Lj no financial gains,
m r- i IVfr finnrf la nno
pfjL of these excep-
- tions. Probably
,r?sL . no one worked
lv harder or more
VY JV Vithfnllv nrl
earnestly than he
FRANK G. YOUSU.
111 b Ull UCliblUU
with the late
good roads convention and harvest
home festival. He was chairman of
the decoration committee. He couh
be seen out in the streets from early
morning until late at night, and when
he could not be found along the streets
after sundown, inquiry would bring
the answer that he had gone into the
country with a wagon to haul in some
country produce to help out in the
Not only in this recent affair has he
been conspicuous, but there hasn't
been anything tackled where holiday
adornment was demanded in the past
several years where the artistiegenius
and willing hand of Mr. loung failed
An Ohloan By Birth.
Mr. Young has been a resident of
Rock Island since 1876. He is a na
tive of Ztnzeville. Ohio, and is 36
years of age. His first position after
locating here was as clerk in
the Mill store. He worked there five
years and then embarked in a grocery
on third avenue. It was always bis
desire to become more prominently
ldcntilied witn the business interests
of the community, and he saw his
opportunity eight vears afterward
opening the Columbia drv goods and
notions establishment on becond ave
nue, an enterprise that proved to be
but the beginning of his business
career. . Mr. xonng, who is senior
member of the department store firm
of Young & McCombs, which was
launched a few years ago, is now a
half owner in one of the largest es
tablishments of its kind in the west
Today is pay day at the Rock Island.
A new sand drier has been installed
at the Peoria.
Brakeman B. S. Murry, of the Rock
Island, has resigned.
T. A. Swanson, car inspector at the
Rock Island, has resigr-d.
(alt Graham has taken a position
as fireman on the Kock Island.
Brakeman Louis Dorman is back on
his run again on the Burlington.
Claim A irent Smith, of the Rock
Island, was in the city this week.
tight Kock Island firemen were
examined for engineers this week.
Fred Brunswig, machinist at the
Burlington, is off duty, owing to ill
I)e Yon McGill has taken the posi
tion of yardmaster's clerk at the Kock
C E. Smith, traveling freight agent
of the Mobile & Ohio, was in the city
Master Mechanic Fidler, of the Rock
Island, visited the wreck at Oxford
Freight Conductor R. Frew, of the
Rock Island, took a few days' lay off
I. J. Ketchum, traveling car inspec
tor for the llocl Island, was in the
city this week.
James Nichols is back to his duties
as car accountant at the Rock Island
after an extended illness.
E. R. Steclman, night car inspector
for the Kock Island, leaves next week
for a 10-days' visit in Cable.
t-iretnan 1'olson, who was killed in
the Oxford wreck, was te have moved
his family to this city next week.
Michael Clark, of Clinton, is mail
clerk on the Peoria morning train
during the absence of E. M. Wilcox.
M. J. Scanlon, M. J. Hanchett, J.
H. Crisman. V. Wolf and D. A. Webb
are new brakemen for the Rock Isl
Conductor J. P. Cross has charge
of the morning St. Paul train during
the absence of Conductor J. P. Car
rigan. Chris Ilildebrandt. formerly of the
Rock Island freight house force, has
gone to work as coach cleaner at the
Fireman J. Hermes is firing the 583
on the Illinois division of the Rock
Island during the absence of Firemen
Fireman Billv Barnhart, cf the Rock
Island, has been promoted to engin
eer, having charge oi me ais in the
Another or toe new iiuus has ar
rived on the Rock Island. She is the
1110. Engineer James Dickerman has
been given charge of her. -
The smiling face of James Burke is
beaming again from the baggage car
on tnec. 31. & at. r.. alter a o-
weeks' illness with malaria.
James Walker, roundhouse foreman
for the Rock Island at Eldon, Iowa
was in the city to attend the fuieral
or Engineer Thomas i. yuinn.
Harley Schafer-is night clerk at th
Peoria during the illnes of R. G.
Simpson. Dudley Marshall is" per
forming the duties ot car clerk.
Delphie Denault. the Burlington
fireman, is able to be around again
after being handled roughly by thugs
on Twentieth street a lew weeks ago
Fireman Frank Burger is pullin
the lever on the tr eona yard engine
with Jimmy Knox as fireman, while
Engineer William Weaver is runniu
George Marquast, formerly clerk at
the Kock Island yardmaster s oihee,
has purchased a half interest in bi
brother's livery in Denver and will
reside there hereafter.
Engineer Tonev O'Donnell, of the
Rock Island, was united iu marriag
Tuesday night to one of Peru's fairest
daughters. Mr. and Airs. U Uonnell
will reside in Blue Island.
Ihe coroner s iury, which was
called on account of the Oxford rail
road wreck Tuesday night, has not as
yet concluded its labors. It
claimed that the jury desired to pro
cure Dispatcher John K. Jones, of
Des Moines, who was on duty at the
time the wreck occurred, but that he
cannot be located. So far as it
known, it seems that the dispatcher
gave the eastbound meat train.. En
gineer Quinn and Conductor Brien
as far east as Iowa City, regardless
of all second-class trains. The extra
west, Conductor Rohweder and En
gineer Dunn, was going to Oxford to
meet Jo. b passenger, eastbound, on
her schedule time, and the extra east
was trying to make Tifiin to meet the
passenger west, Mo 25, on her sched
ule time, and that the two freight
trains had no knowledge whatever of
each other. It is estimated that the
wreck will cost the company about
$25,000 on merchandise, not to men
tion the claims which will result from
the deaths of Engineer Quinn and
PAIR OF RUNAWAYS.
John Boro and Charles Wetzell Are In
The horse hitched to Cartin Bros
delivery wagou ran away on Elm
street this morning. One of the occu
pants. John Boro, was thrown onto
the pavement, receiving painful iu
juries, consisting of cuts under the
left eye and in the forehead, a sprain
of the left wrist and bruises in the
right arm and left leg. Alfred Chris-
tenson, who was driving, escaped nn
hurt. Mr. lioro s injuries were
dressed by Dr. J. De Silva.
A horse driven by Charles Wetzell,
or flloline, ran away on filth avenue
yesterday afternoon. The buggy was
destroyed and Wetzell was kicked in
the lace, sustaining a severe gash.
He was attended by Dr. G E. Barth.
GALESBURG'S BIG CARNIVAL
Very Interesting; Program of Entertain
ments President McKInley Expected.
Xhe Burlington Route will make
low excursion rates to Galesbur"- for
the carnival Oct. 3 to 7. The Gales
burg Carnival association is preparing
a magninceni program ot outdoor at.
tractions for the entire week. The
floral parade will eclipse anything of
the sort ever held in the west. Over
150 performances will be given each
day by the best professionals in the
country. Twenty-five bands will fur
nish music. Liberal prizes will be
given the farmers for agricultural
products. President William McKin
ley and cabinet have been invited to
attend the Lincoln-Douglas day cele
bration, held under the auspices of
Ivnox college Saturday, Oct. 7, aud it
is confidently expected they will be
present. The entire week promises
to be one of great interest to the peo
pie of this part of the state.
Academy of the Yirritation. conduct
ed by the sisters of the Visitation.
2939 Fifth avenue, Rock Island. The
academic, preparatory and kinder
ten departments of the new academy
will be opened Monday, Sept. 18
Superior advantages in music, art,
elocution, physical culture and the
Advertised List of Letters No. 36.
List of letters uncalled for at the Dostofflce
ul nucK x-sianu otrjn, id.
Aplin. Wil Hm B., Letch, Bessie,
ramke" Edith. Nachtiga Charles,
Foley T. P.. bliirra, J. C.
Harris. Annabella, Sml'h, Harry.
Hasty. Mrs. Otis, Walker. Joseph.
w hen calling for advertised letters clease
give i bt numner.
i homas m. thomas. Postmaster.
An Empty Sack Cannot Stand 1'prlght
Neither can poor, weak, thin blood
nourish and sustain the physical sys
tern. For strength of nerves and
muscles there must le pure rich, vig
orous blood, llood s Sarsaparilia is
the standard preparation for the blood
and it many remarkable cures and
the fact that it does everybody good
who takes it prove it is just what you
need if you are weak and languid.
Hood's Till do not gripe. All drug
gists, 25 cents.
The great success of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea remedy
n treatment of bowel complaints has
made it standard over the greater
part of the civilized world. For sale
by all druggists.
Scratch, scratch, scratch; unable to
attend to business during the day or
sleep during the night. Itching piles.
horrible plague. Doan's Ointment
cures. JStver laiis. At any drug
store. 50 cents. For sale by Mar-
hall & Fisher.
T GET LETTERS,
Mail to Philippines in Many
Cases is Improperly
POSTMASTZES ARE NOTIFIED.
All Hatter Must Bear Name and Branch
of Service Parcels to Be Exchanged
Between the Cnlted States and Ger
many Beginning; the First of nt
Month Vacancy at Public Building
The director of posts at Manila
Philippine islands, reports that large
numbers of letters addressed to
soldiers and sailors at that office are
nndeliverable through the failure o
the sender to place on the envelop
the name of the company and regi
ment. cr other organization to which
the addressee belongs. Postmaster
Tboma.'i has been directed to inform
his patrons of this fact, and that all
matter addressed to persons con
nected with the United States service
in the Philippines must, to insure
delivery, not only bear the name of
the addressee, but the full designation
of the particular branch of service to
which he belongs.
Parcels Post Established.
A parcels post convention having
been concluded between the United
States and Germany, to take effect
Uct. 1, parcels post packages for des
tinations in Germany will hereafter
be admitted to the mails for Germany
made up in and despatched from this
country, l'arcels exchanged between
the United States aud Germany must
not weigh more than 11 pounds, nor
measure more than three feet six
inches in length and six feet in length
and girth combined. Postage must
bo prepaid in full at the following
rates: In the United States on par
cels tor Germany 12 cents for each
pound or fraction of a pound, and in
Germany on parcels for the United
States 2 marks, 40 pfennig for each
parcel, wnatever its weight. A de
livery charge of 5 cents in the United
Stttes and 20 pfennig in Germany
may be collected of the addressee of
Examination for Fireman.
The United States civil service com
mission announces that it is desired
to establish an eligible register from
which a selection may be mads to fill
an existing vacancy in the grade of
fireman-laborer, at a salary of f 600
per annum, at the Rock Island post-
ollice. Eligibility for appointment
will be determined from an exaniina
tion into each applicant's experience.
ability and character as a workman,
and physical qualifications for the
work to be performed. Persons de
siring to enter this examination
should apply to U. t. Jvrell, secre
tary of the board of examiners at the
postoiHce, for examination blauk,
which should be properly executed
and forwarded to the commission at
-i xf i
IT MAKES FOR
rv! hoc r d a n r mhto l-si
5 uoc uimrc-nuio.
SOME HINTS ON FOOD.
A man tried leaving off meat, pota
toes and conee for . breakfast, and
adopted a breakfast of fruit, a dish of
Grape-Nuts with cream and a cup of
i'ostum cereal iocd cotice.
His health began to improve at
once, for the reason that a meat eater
will reach a place once in it while
where his system seems to become
clogged and the machinery don't work
A change of this kind puts aside
food of low nutritive value and takes
up food and drink of the highest
value, already partly digested and
capable of being quickly changed into
good, rich blood and strong tissue
The most valuable feature of both
Grape-Nuts and I'ostum is the natural
phosphate of potash obtained from
the grains and this product is the
element which transforms albumen in
the body, into the soft gray substance
which fills brain and nerve centers.
A few days' use of Grape-Nuts and
I'ostum will give one a degree of ner
vous strength well worth the trial.
Going Down Hill.
People suffering from kidney dis
eases feel a gradual but steady loss of
strength and vitality. I hey should
lose no time in trying Foley's Kidney
Cure, a guaranteed preparation.
Busy getting in new goods all over
the store just now. Hardly have time
to describe them. We're always get
ting new goods; but from now on,
every day will see something new and
choice going into stock. Visiting
this store is an interesting pastime.
(and profitable, as well) always, but
more than ever these days. Come
By the way, a good many people
want big stone jars about now! .We
have tbem 10, 15 and 20 gallons.
I. S. McCABE CO.
Beecher's Cheap Cash Store.
Having decided to retire from business, I now
offer my stock of goods for sale, consisting of
groceries, dry goods and notions, shoes and
house furnishings, to some one who will take
advantage of this opportunity, one that is not
offered every day. My business is a good pay
ing business, and has been established for
years. I will make the rent low, and for a
term of years if so desired to the party buying
my stock of goods.
Drink at the Fountain oi Health
and be made well
The moat successful
and the most scIeuUne
Our Electric Machine for
the treatment of Nervous
and X-Ray work.
Hto refutation for years In Davenport, where
as hopeless bv others. Droves ooncluslveiv that
others f all.
CONSULTATION FREE PKOMPP AND PERMANENT CURES.
CATARRH, Dyspepsia, Asthma, Rheumatism, Scrofula, Syphilis, Blood
tiianey, uver ana skin Diseases can be
system of medicine.
WOMEN su fieri nsr from Diseases of
Nervous Exhaustion, Palpitation of the Heart, Dyspepsia, or any dlseaxe peculiar to set
should call on the irreat SDeetallm and f et an oninlon on their case free of charge.
ELECTRICITY Scientifically applied;
grains, wignt iosses, uerective Memory,
Dohinlons. SleeDlessnesH. Lost Manhuod.
VARICOCELE is the most active
montns with otners when we guarantee you a permanent oure in seven aayspy our pauuess
methods. Hydrocele cured la three days no pain.
Remember it Pays to Consult the Best First.
OUR CREDENTIALS AND TESTIMONIALS ARE THE BEST. The num
erous acknowledgements we have received from the newspapers for our remarkable eures
In both medical and surgical cases Is proof conclusive hat our advanced methods oure
where all others fail. Therefore, do not waste time with others, but consult us at once and
regain your lost health. There la a stutre in every diHeaxe that can be oured. Have
you passed that stare f If not. do not experiment anyl onger, but consult us at onoe. Fur
thennore, we oiler f 1. 000 to any one proving our credentials falxe. We make It an object
to Investigate ours. No other speciality offers such a fair proposition. ONLY CUHABLJ
CASKS TAKEN. Best of referenoe and credentials If you cannot call, write. Uuo
dreds cured by mall. Hours 8 to 12: 2 to 5: 7 to 8. Sundays, 11:30 to 1:8a
OFFICE 124 WEST THIRD STREET, M'CULLOUGH BUILMG, DAVENPORT, IA
Builds , Mississippi Bicycles
To order from $35
see them, they are
113 and 115 West Seventeenth
Publication Notice Chancer.
State of Illinois. )
County of Kock Island. (
In the circuit court, September term. A. D.
Edward II. Krels vs. Wm. K. Stevens. Wm.
I. Stevens. Cierlrude Stevens, Samuel C.
Ilanna and Ueo A. Darling. In chancery.
Affidavit of the noli-resldene of the !;
fendants. Wra. D. Steven. Uertrude Stevens,
Samuel C. Ilanna, Impleaded with the anova
defendants. t;e. A. Darling and Wm. K. Stev
ens, havmtr Im-cu tiled in the clerk s ofllce
of the circuit court of Kaid countv. ihk
tice Is hereby given to the said non-resident
defendants that the complainant has tiled bis
Dill of complaint in Raul court, on the Chan'
cerv sid thereof, on the U fib dav of Aucuwt,
ixw, ana mat tnereupon a summons issued
oat or said court, wherein said suit Is now
pending, returnable on the third Monday li tbe
month of September next, as is by law re
Now. tnere'ore. unless vou. the sa'd non
resident defendants ab ve named. Wra U.
Stevens. Gertrude Stevens and Samuel C.
HiAina. shall personally be and appear be
fore said circuit court, on the lirjt dnv of
the next term thereof, to be bolden at lx-k
Island In and for tbe said county, on the eigh
teenth day of September next, and plead,
answer or demur to the said complainant's bill
of complaint, tbe same and the matte s and
tnings therein charged and stated will bu
taken as coufesed. and a decree entered
agaiut you according to tbe prayer of said
Cwiwit W. Gamble, Clerk.
Rock Island. Illinois, Aug. 4.
E H. taUTEH, Complainant's Solicitor.
Notice of Publication Chancery
State of Illinois. I
Bosk island County, f
In tbe Circuit Court, September term, A. D.
Kd ward B. Krels vs J. Brooks Davis. Wm.
D. istevens, Gertrude Stevens, Samuel C.
Hanna. and George A. larlmg. In Chancery.
Affidavit of non-resilenee of tbeaeiecdants.
Wm. 1. Stevens. Gertrude Stevens and Sam
uel C. Hanna. Impleaded with ihe above de
fendants. J. Brooks Davis and Geo. A. lar!ing.
having been filed In the clerk's office of tue
circuit court of sad county, notice Is therefore
hereby el.en to tbe said tion-rexideat defend
ants that the complainant men his bill of com
plaint In said court, on the chancery side
thereof, on tbe nth day of August. ImW,
snd that thereupon a summons Issued out
of said court, wherein said sMlt In now pending,
returnable on the third Monday in the month of
September next, as is by law required.
Now, unless you. the s. Id non-re-ldct defend
ant s above named, shall peraonahy be and ap
pear be fore said circuit court, on tbe first day of
the next term thereof, to beboldeoat Kock Isl
and In and for tbe said county, on tbe 18th day of
Beptembcr next, and plead, answer ordemur to
the said complainant's bill of complaint, the
same and tbe m Alters and things therein
charged and stated w 11 betaken as confessed,
and a decree entered against you according
to the prayer of said bllL
unui',1 W. gambi.c Clerk.
Book Islsrd. TlMnois. August 4th, XrVi.
. H. Go r , Corny lainaat s Solicitor.
1515 Second Avenue.
DR. J. K. WALSH,
Late of Chlcaeo, former
ly Hunreon-ln-Chlef of St.
be has cured hundredsof obronlcoases riven us
his soientldo methods of treatment cure when
quickly ana permanently curea oy our aaranae
the Womb, Ovaries, Bladder, Kidneys
Nervous Debility, Piles, Exhaustive
Threatened msanty, lajssoi will rower, nen
Weakness of Men. eta.
cause of Nervous Debility. Why treat
to $50. Call and
built at home.
Notloe of Publication Chancery.
State of Illinois, l
Rock Island County, f
In the circuit court. Hay term, A. D. 18M.
Rock Islsnd Mutual Build'ng Im and Savings
Association vs. William K. Stevens. Ixittle
K Stevens, .limes W. Atkinson, Thomas
Lyness aud William I). Stevens.
A mdavit of non-residence of the defendant,
William 1. Stevens. Impleaded with the above
defendants. William E. Stevens. Ixmle K. Stev
ens. James W. Atkinson an 1 Thomas Lyness,
having been filed In tbe clerk's office of the cir
cuit court of said county, notice is therefore
hereby given to the said non resident defend
ant that the complainant Hied Its bill of com
plaint in said court, on the chancery side there
of, on the twenty-nin'.h day of March. and
that thereupon a sunamous issued out of said
court, wherein said suit Is now pendinir, re
turnable on tbe first Monday In the month of
May next, as Is by law required. Now,
unless you, tbe said, non-resident defendant
above named, William U. Stevens, shall
personally be and appear before said
circuit court, on the first day of the
next terra thereof, to be bolden at Kock Island
lu and for tbe said county. on the third Monday
la September next, and plead, answer or de
mur to said complainant s bill of complaint,
the same and the matters and things therein
charged and stated will be taken as confessed,
and a decree entered against you according
to tbe prayer of said hill.
W. GAMM.IC. Clerk.
Rock Island. Illinois July 7, A. !., tmt.
K. H. GOTH, Complainant's -solicitor.
Estate of Anna Meyer, deceased.
The undersigned baving been appointed ex
ecutor of tbe last will and te.taueniof Anna
Meyers, late of tbe county of Kock Island, state
of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice that
lie will appear te lore tne county court or Kock
Island county, at the eounty court room. In the
city of Kock Island, at the October term, on the
first Monday In October next, at which time all
perton having claims against said estate are
notified and requested to attend, for the pur
pose of baving tbe same adjusted.
All persons Indebted to said estate are re
quested to make immediate payment to tbe
Dated this 3rta aay or Jul v. a. v. ihwi.
Kobbbx Mirtu, Executor.
Estate of George Btodd. deceased.
Tbe underslgaed having been appointed ex
ecutrix of tbe last will and testament of
George Stodd. late of the county of Kock Isl
and, stale of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives no
tice that she will appear before the country
court of Rock Island eounty, at tbe eounty
court room. In tbe city of Kock Island, at the
October term, on tbe first Monday in October
next, at which time all persons bavl&g
claims against said estate are notified and
requested to attend, for tbe purpose of bav
ins: tbe same adjusted
All persons Indebted to said estate are re
quested to make immediate payment to tbe
Dated tola Ztlh day of July, A . D IW9.
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